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IT's beautiful....it's an Art!!!  Magnificent!!!  gs1000.gif

It may and I hope it sounds wonderful but beautiful only in an Picasso post cubist period sense of the word.
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I dunno...haven't decided yet what to take out for today. Maybe the ZX1, HM-901, off the TUR-06 hybrid tube amp, Leckerton UHA-6Mk2. Any recommendations what I should try the Roxannes with today? Please select one of the aforementioned portables.

P.S. last night though I was listening it off my desktop rig (Invicta & Zana Deux). I'm still trying to get accustomed to the presentation coming from a seasoned FitEarised ear. As I only have 1 week with the Roxannes before another lucky Japan member gets it, I think I'm going ti immerse myself with the Roxannes the whole time instead of switching back 'n forth constantly.


For the folks who wanna see it with their own eyes (JH approved) :-












No recommendations. I only tried the Roxanne using my iPhone and Mr. Harvey's AK 120 (which I loved) for about 30 mins. Any early impressions from your expert ears?
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those are amazing!

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It may and I hope it sounds wonderful but beautiful only in an Picasso post cubist period sense of the word.

I believe this Roxy will be the ONE!!!! I had my JH16 non FP...and this ROXY will over the top and rest of the Ciem will 

cry like a baby...it's my own opinion...:wink_face:

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I believe this Roxy will be the ONE!!!! I had my JH16 non FP...and this ROXY will over the top and rest of the Ciem will 
cry like a baby...it's my own opinion...wink_face.gif

What about the other 8 sirens in the series JH Audio will introduce in the next few years.
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What about the other 8 sirens in the series JH Audio will introduce in the next few years.

 

 

All depends on what you want.

 

If you are worried that other Sirens may sound better, that is not impossible but it is worth bearing in mind that Jerry has already stated that the Roxanne will be the flagship model of the series...

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All depends on what you want.

If you are worried that other Sirens may sound better, that is not impossible but it is worth bearing in mind that Jerry has already stated that the Roxanne will be the flagship model of the series...

If JH can have separate turning for the bass and the Roxanne has separate cabling for the bass, mids and treble it is easy to see a siren with the ability to adjust all three. That would certainly be an upgrade.
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

I believe this Roxy will be the ONE!!!! I had my JH16 non FP...and this ROXY will over the top and rest of the Ciem will 

cry like a baby...it's my own opinion...:wink_face:

 

We all hope so... But I'm betting on the SE5 to blow me away. xD

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If JH can have separate turning for the bass and the Roxanne has separate cabling for the bass, mids and treble it is easy to see a siren with the ability to adjust all three. That would certainly be an upgrade.

 

I got a noob question here,  what the different from adjusting the switch compare to changing the EQ?

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I got a noob question here,  what the different from adjusting the switch compare to changing the EQ?
A ten band parametric EQ would allow for a more fine tuned change in the bass response whereas with JH Audio's bass adjustment the entire bass frequencies are adjusted equally up or down.
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A ten band parametric EQ would allow for a more fine tuned change in the bass response whereas with JH Audio's bass adjustment the entire bass frequencies are adjusted equally up or down.

So EQ adjustment would be better? I mean more control, perhaps you got the right player that don't ruin the sound after EQ adjustment?

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Any news on the titanium options for Roxanne?
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So EQ adjustment would be better? I mean more control, perhaps you got the right player that don't ruin the sound after EQ adjustment?

I cannot say it would be better as the JH method may be more organic and natural versus an EQ. But all things being equal an EQ would give you greater control of the sound.
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So I'm doing a little listening, after lunch with friends, at my local Starbucks and doing the little critical listening difference between my HM-901 & ZX1 trying to pick up differences in the bass extension and decay, treble extension and any sibilance or peaks using Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah & Eagles' (Live) Hotel California.

Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.

I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.
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Looks like TUR-06 and Roxane do pair well together ? Isn't the TUR " too powerfull" ? Any idea of the TU-05 with the Roxane ?
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